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  • 9:27 PM IST

    Republic-Jan Ki Baat Exit Poll LIVE: Meanwhile, BJP’s debutant Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga is projected to win Hari Nagar seat against AAP’s Jagdeep Singh.

  • 9:25 PM IST
    Republic-Jan Ki Baat Exit Poll LIVE: From the high-profile New Delhi seat, incumbent Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is projected to easily win a third consecutive term. AAP also has an edge over others in Uttam Nagar seat (Naresh Balyan), Patparganj (Manish Sisodia), Okhla (Amanatullah Khan), as well as Chandni Chowk (Parlad Singh Sawhney) seat, where former MLA Alka Lamba had dropped out to join the Congress.
  • 7:14 PM IST

    Republic-Jan Ki Baat Exit Poll LIVE: According to the latest scores, AAP is expected to bag 55 seats and BJP will win 15 seats. Meanwhile, Congress has failed to make a mark.

  • 7:08 PM IST

    Republic-Jan Ki Baat Exit Poll LIVE: It must be noted that the winning mark in the 70-member Delhi Assembly is 36. The voter turnout this time has been one of the lowest as Delhi has failed to achieve the 60% mark.

  • 7:02 PM IST

    Republic-Jan Ki Baat Exit Poll LIVE: This time, Republic’s Jan ki Baat predicts, AAP will be fetching reduced majority, while the BJP has made a significant mark in the national capital.

  • 6:51 PM IST

    Republic-Jan Ki Baat Exit Poll LIVE: According to the opinion poll of Republic-Jan Ki Baat, AAP is likely to win 48-61 seats in Delhi. BJP to win 9-21 seats, while the Congress will take the back seat with 0-1 seats.

New Delhi: As Delhi votes for their next Chief Minister, it will be interesting to see who steers the majority polls amid the long-drawn fierce battle among the AAP, the BJP, and the Congress.

Delhiites are eagerly waiting for the results that are scheduled to be out on February 11. However, until the final outcome is known, a number of exit poll surveys will determine and give a rough idea about who may win.

According to the Republic TV’s ‘Jan ki Baat’ opinion poll, the BJP has predicted to win more than 41 seats in the national capital. Interestingly, the BJP has not yet named their Chief Ministerial candidate, and neither has the Congress. Meanwhile, the incumbent AAP looks forward to reelecting their Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for a third term.

The polling for 70 Assembly constituencies commenced at 8 AM and will continue till 6:30 PM in the evening. There are 13,750 polling booths, besides one auxiliary booth, located at 2,689 locations across Delhi.